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Park Forest Star Newspaper Archives Jul 26 1984, Page 26

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Park Forest Star (Newspaper) - July 26, 1984, Park Forest, Illinois C-4 a the Star thursday july 26, 1984 super sales St. Lawrence of tooled a Silver anniversary committee is sponsoring an arts crafts and Flea Market Sale saturday from 9 a in. To 2 . In the Church parking lot governors Highway and St. Lawrence Avenue Matteson. Refreshments will be sold by the St. Lawrence teen club. Rain Date is August 4. A a the associated women for Shults Lewis will sponsor a rummage and bake Sale August 2 and 3 from 9 . To 5 . At 18327 Poplar Avenue one Block East of Reigel Roa Homewood. All proceeds from the Sale will Benefit the Shults Lewis child and family services in Valparaiso ind. Reservations Are now available for the August 5 Flea Market sponsored by the Steger big red wildcats football club at veterans memorial Park 36th Street and Phillips Steger. Twenty foot by 24-foot spaces May be reserved for $10 each. Further information is available by telephoning Virgie Shipley at 754-6044. Reservations Are now being taken for space in the Crete United methodist Church fourth annual Flea Market and Craft show. The event is scheduled for August 18 from 9 . To 4 . All interested artists crafts people or individuals with a excess baggage to sell May Reserve a 12-foot by 12-foot space for a fee of $12.50. Checks should be made payable to Crete United methodist Church. Sellers Are required to provide their own tables. Food and beverages will be available on the premises. For further information or to Reserve space persons May Call the Church office at 672-8353. A a a a a the Home and school Guild Council of Catholic women cow and athletic association of St. Mary school will sponsor an arts and crafts exhibit As part of the annual fall festival september 16 from i to 6 . At the school 227 Monee Road Park Forest. Reservations Are being accepted for exhibition spaces. Spaces Are priced at $10. Applications May be obtained from Alan Bartels at 672-6644. A a a first United methodist Church 34 East 16th Street Chicago Heights is seeking party plan dealers to participate in a shoppers fair in conjunction with the annual salad luncheon september 22 from 9 . To 2 . A donation of to percent of the Days sales will be asked As a donation to the Church. Space is limited and will be assigned on a first come first served basis. Reservations May be sent to the Church or made by telephoning the Church office at 754-0402. A a a a a the parents club of Elizabeth Seton High school is having its annual Craft show and boutique october 27 from to . To 4 . Coping is topic self help class taught at pc a learning to Cope with life a changes and problems is probably the most important skill we can learn Quot according to Emily Wasiolek Prairie state College faculty member who teaches a course titled a starting again coping with changes Quot a one thing we All have in common is that we want to do the Best we can for ourselves to Cope More successfully with our problems and to expand our personal Power Quot she added. Is. Wasiolek said that the course she teaches on coping deals with real problems faced by persons who have changes imposed upon them. Offered As part of the Prairie state general studies program the course meets from 7 to 9 45 . On mondays. Is. Wasiolek said her own professional training is one of three elements which makes the class different from most a self help groups. The other two ingredients Are the fact that the members and their problems Are varied and that the main focus of meeting is to learn techniques to improve the Quality of life. A every evening we spend some time discussing personal she said. A then we have lectures movies and discussions on topics chosen by the such topics include handling stress improving personal relationships learning relaxation techniques improving self esteem setting new goals increasing happiness and avoiding loneliness she said. Further information regarding the class May be obtained by contacting the colleges continuing education program at 756-3110, Extension 296. A fee of $15 is being charged for an area eight feet by nine feet. Six foot tables will be available to rent at $2 each. All exhibits must be handcrafted. Space is limited. For registration forms interested persons May Call Kathy Flotz at 868-4154 or Jean Stewart at 596-1349 in the evening. A a a the Beecher lioness club will sponsor its annual Flea Market and Craft Sale August 4 from 9 . To dark in conjunction with the Beecher Lions clubs annual beef roast. Fifty two dealers from Illinois and Indiana will display and sell merchandise including handcrafted items picture frames woodworking jewelry ceramics lapidary Silver work to shirts Antiques and clothing. The event will also include entertainment through out the Day. Refreshments will be available. Further information is available by telephoning 946-6831 or 946-6871. A piece of history for the past two years members of the Flossmoor quilters plus group stitched a piece of history and on july 16 formally presented it to the Village Board. The a a piece is a four-by-12 foot quilt of Sterling Avenue with its half timbered buildings along the Illinois Central Gulf Railroad. Thirty members of the group which meets regularly in the Flossmoor Village Hall worked on the quilt. The project was led by Joanne Myers second from the left who with trustee Pat Paulsen explained the project to Board members. The quilt will be displayed in the Village Hall Board room. Pre season outerwear Sale. 5 Down will hold your Purchase until october 1 St 1984. No layaway charge. A / a a a a 25% off All children a outerwear. Sale 16.50 to 28.50 beat the cold the Rush of fall shopping and High prices. Choose from the latest looks in warm sturdy fabrics Here s a sampling of what a in store. Reg. Sale big girls Chintz jacket.$30 22.50 big boys poplin jacket.$38 28.50 Only toddlers a jacket.$22 18.50 Little girls poplin jacket____$29 21.75 Little boys hooded jacket. $26 19.50 not shown big boys to Slang jacket�?$36 27.00 a a a. Cwi save 25% on All women a outerwear. Sale 59.25 keep warm for keeps in comfy cozy styles for juniors misses and women s larger sizes. For example Reg Sale misses zip front stadium jacket $79 59.25 misses two tone jacket. S79 59.25 Junior quilted stadium jacket. $79 59.25 not shown women s larger size stadium jacket $85 63.75 Sale prices effective thru August 11 the. 25% off All menus jackets. Sale 33.75 56.25 save on All your favourites from the newest designer looks to All time tested classics. For example Reg Sale Par four drop shoulder $50 37.50 designer look jacket $45 33.75 Quail run caped yoke.$75 56.25 tails also available at savings. Visa a Penney s3 3me,Chana i be layaway offer effective thru August 18th. Sale prices effective thru saturday August 4th unless otherwise noted. Brickyard Ford City Fox Valley Center Gary Village Golf Mill Joliet mall Lakehurst Lincoln mall Marquette mall North Riverside Park Orland Square Southlake mall Spring Hill mall Winston Plaza Woodfield Yorktown % f

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